Jean Claude plays an official who's just been appointed as Second In Command to the U.S.Ambassador at an American Embassy in a small, turbulent Eastern European nation. When local ... See full summary »
Jean-Claude Van Damme,
Forest ranger and Ex-Navy SEAL Henry is forced by the drug cartel to help retrieve a major shipment of drugs which went missing on the US-Canadian border. While in the woods, he runs into a man who has a vendetta against him, but both men must struggle to escape the forest and defeat the cartel, while at odds and at knife's edge with each other.Written by
Edited by Peter Hyams' son John Hyams. John had previously directed Jean-Claude Van Damme in Universal Solider: Regeneration (2009) (which Peter had served as Director of Photography), Universal Solider: Day of Reckoning (2012) and Dragon Eyes (2012). See more »
Upon discovering that their fellow CBP officers were killed, the proper protocol for the two officers who discovered the murders would have been to immediately draw their firearms to safeguard against a remaining potential threat AND to radio or phone for backup. The backup that arrived would have been substantial in the form of a sea of CBP officers and Border Patrol agents, with state, provincial, and local police arriving on "both sides of the border" to begin canvassing the area for the dangerous suspects. Instead, the two officers violated CBP's departmental protocol by not calling for backup, and pursuing the assailants by themselves through a dark forest. Not surprisingly, this ended up being a costly mistake. See more »
Hey, you people inside, I hate guns! They are very bad for the environment!
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When I first sat down to watch this movie; I was certain Jean-Claude was going to disappoint me in his old age. Boy, was I wrong. While certainly not a blockbuster, This film is sure to entertain. At first Glance, Some of the acting seemed a bit cheesy, and poorly done; take for Instance when One of our female characters meet with the protagonist, I knew something was being foreshadowed by the way they had this particular eye contact; and of course was later revealed. Not many movies nowadays I can honestly say I would enjoy viewing again, this is one of those. And Jean-Claude's ending line was hilarious; most definitely setting the movies ending.
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